2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Pixelmator for Mac gives you the ability to work with Adobe files without having to spend money on Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. It is much simpler in terms of functionality, but also much cheaper, plus it regularly receives useful updates.
The current update to version 3.1 was released in January - now we meet Pixelmator 3.2 with its own sonorous name "Sandstone". The main advantage of version 3.1 was the support of new powerful GPU-modules in the Mac environment. A distinctive feature of version 3.2 is a multifunctional mechanism called "Repair Tool". According to the developers, it is almost the quintessence of all technologies known today. On the practical side - a set of tools for quickly and very accurately removing stains, streaks, dust marks and other types of graphic noise from processed images For those who have to beautify such and such amateur pictures every day, this is just a lifeline. Undesirable elements of the original picture can also be called "Trash" - Pixelmator 3.2gets rid of them without difficulty. Of course, the list of innovations is much more extensive, detailed information regarding the update will appear on the application page in the Mac App Store along with the program itself in the coming days.
And now to the financial question - like other updates, Pixelmator 3.2 will be distributed free of charge for those who have already purchased the application itself. But this is not a problem either, in addition to the upcoming release of the update, the developers have arranged a promotion - starting today, the application will be available in the App Store for a whole week for half the regular price. That is, 479 rubles instead of 979 rubles is a good argument for those who are still hesitant.
Pixelmator 3.2 "Sandstone" is designed for Mac computers with 64-bit Intel processors running OS X 10.8.5 or later.
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